Date:- 15-30 January, 2018
आर्डविनोदय Workshop is for a person who is curious about how the technology around us works, and is ready to take his/her efforts to the next level and ready to step into the world of electronics and embedded systems.
Arduino is most widely used open source embedded electronics platform, a single board with an AVR microcontroller on it. Arduino has millions of users world over and an excellent community support, besides that working towards an embedded application is not as easy as on the face of it. This is what this workshop is all about, making it as easy as it sounds and kickstarting your journey of cool projects and devices. After gaining the knowledge and experience required to make a standalone project you’ll be in no time at a level where this all will indeed be a cakewalk ;).
It does not matter if you are a beginner or an amateur and, if learning to develop something of your own is your avocation then the workshop will be beneficial for you because here you all will learn how to apply electronics in real life.
What Will I Learn?
Learn programming concepts using C and C++ along with Arduino specific programming
Understand the Idea of Arduino
Learn how to use and program an Arduino
What’s the Plan?
- Lecture on embedded system development by Prof. Dhananjay V. Gadre
- Hands-on experiments using Arduino Nano, Mini Voyager and a experimenter board आर्डविनोदय:
- Every participant will learn how to solder components on printed circuit board
What Will All Be Provided?
- Arduino Nano, USB cable
- Mini Voyager 1 board
- Arduinodaya board
Arduino Nano is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz quartz crystal, a mini-B USB connection, an ICSP header and a reset button.
Arduinodaya is a starter kit for anyone who is earnest to learn about Arduino and who wants to learn how to interface hardware and software. Arduinodaya board is based on Atmega328 IC. It contains many peripherals such as a Bluetooth module, Graphics LCD, Serial flash, microphone, Real-time clock (RTC) etc. Arduinodaya board helps you to learn from lighting up an LED to communication protocols such as UART, I2C and SPI. Using the peripherals given on board standalone projects could be made. This platform is aimed at advanced level of embedded system learning and development.
Event registration details to be updated very soon, stay tuned!